Will, Natalie and her junior David find 'Agadir' several times with various dates on Lucy's mobile phone. Martin,now on bail,is also asked by his boss Renner why 'Agadir' should be keyed into the computer but he is similarly puzzled. At least Natalie and Will establish that a hotel chambermaid saw the computer before Martin went out. After Wenborn's wife,suffering from post-natal depression,is arrested for shop-lifting,the grumpy detective learns that Will successfully defended Spaull when the activist was accused of putting a bomb under a research scientist's car,killing the man's little boy. Will is non-committal when Wenborn quizzes him on the trial but it transpires that Spaull later confessed his guilt to Will,thus causing his withdrawal from London and murder trials. Jane meanwhile visits Alan's mother and learns that he was imprisoned for shooting another boy who was bullying him at school.- Written by don @ minifie-1
Will focuses on the missing computer from Martin Newell's hotel room. The hotel maid recalls seeing a laptop computer in the room and another hotel guest remembers seeing Martin in the elevator. The dead woman had made several calls from her phone the day she died and there is a reference to Agadir, in her notepad. Martin speaks to his bosses at work and they seem to be most concerned about what was on his missing computer and the Agadir references. DI Mark Wenborn looks into Philip Spaull's background and learns that Will Travers was his barrister when he was charged in a bombing incident two years ago. He also learns that Will fell seriously ill after successfully defending him. Wenborn has his own problems when his wife is arrested for shoplifting. Jane Travers meanwhile may have found a publisher for one of her student's stories. The publisher wants to know why the boy is in prison and Jane sets off to check into his background.- Written by garykmcd
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